Ben Kingsley lowered his aesthetic standards bar to ground level long before that interview with Richard von Busack (see previous post for gory details).
For your consideration:
Harem, an unseen 1985 epic, a Stockholm Syndrome in the Sahara film about a woman (Nastassja Kinski) who is captured by an Arabian sheik but learns to love her days in the seraglio (i.e., a mass-cult version of The Sheltering Sky, if the masses had been allowed to see it). Kingsley presumably plays the sheik, named Selim.
Species (1995), in which he played a scientist who purses a deadly, sexy alien named Sil (Natasha Henstridge) as part of a team of extraterrestrial experts that includes Michael Madsen, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker (as an empath of sorts—“She … walked … this way”) and Marg Helgenberger. Memorable line from IMDb: “We decided to make it female so it would be more docile and controllable.”
Spooky House (2000): He plays somebody named the Great Zamboni. Nuff said.
… and finally, Sir Ben Kingsley, Oscar winner, lent his name and presence in 2005 to BloodRayne, director Uwe Boll’s infamously bad vampire movie with a stellar cast of bad-movie icons: Udo Kier, Meat Loaf, Michael Paré, Bill Zane, Michelle Rodriguez and, yes, Michael Madsen again.